I spent a good part of the day yesterday looking at youtube videos and othe sources on updates and scanned the link provided by horse just now. Specifically, I was looking for information about Hawaii and its not easy to find. One article explained there is a cover up going on as many in Hawaiian government are Japanese along with much of the population and also the tourist industry would be adversely affected if radiation studies and such are made public, plus the thick program of denial. Other sources say cancer in children is on the rise. Does anyone have any good information on what is happening in Hawaii? My search on the topic was set off by my daughter hinting at wanting to move there with her 2 children and me. At one time, pre-Fukushima, I would have been very enthused and start packing my bags for to live in Hawaii has always been a cherished dream of mine. But now, I think its become a "no go zone". How could Hawaii possibly be exempt from the radiation of Fukushima? With the mass die off in the Pacific, along the coast that we're seening, what is happening to Hawaii's sea life? What a tragedy, don't really have the words to describe the loss of Hawaii. :(
@SummerLite, Stock at NukePro has info on Hawaii. Mahalo
Monday, July 18, 2016
Breaking! University of Hawaii Research Shows Radiation in Hawaii Soil 2016 as Bad as 7 Prefectures in Japan 2 weeks After Fukushima https://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/search?q=Hawaii
Friday, February 7, 2014
Definitely some increased radtiaion in the water of Hawaii
On a "working"/ research trip I took a gallon of ocean water from near shore, Diamond Head area. boiled off half a gallon in a frying pan. Leaving quite a bit more salt than one might think!
After the rains have stopped, the air CPM has reverted to 24 to 27 CPM. But when the Inspector is put over the evaporated salt and "stuff", it pegs 35 to 38 on a regular basis.
Now figure areas that get hit with high winds and salt spray. People are breathing this in. Its in your fish and octopus and squid.
I was surprised to see a 50% increase over background.
Fukushima is here. Now what?
Lemon Balm has some promise for long term low level radiation exposure, I will start researching and growing.
February 8, 2014 (reply)
Cesium 137 and Strontium 89 and 90 in Hawaii pasteurized milk. Cobalt 60 in Hawaii rain, Plutonium 239 in Hawaii air, Tritium in Hawaii drinking water.
voyageur, thank you also. I'll listen to Helen when I'm feeling more courageous as I know the doom factor is high there. She came to my town many years ago and I attended her talk and I believe I have her book around somewhere. She's fortunate to be able to jump on a plane and escape to Australia.
So, I think moving to Hawaii is not a good idea! My daughters possible plan was to move in 2 years time and who knows what could happen before then. One thing is certain, the radiation accumulation is only going to continue in Hawaii. The die off will likely become more visible.